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2012 Masters Update: Lee Westwood Falls Out Of Lead With Double Bogey On 18th Hole

Lee Westwood was back on top of the leaderboard at the second day of Masters tournament play before he double-bogeyed the 18th and final hole of the day. That puts him behind Rory McIlory, Fred Couples, Sergio Garcia and Jason Dufner, who all share the lead with a 5-under par score.

Dufner is done for the day, and shot 2-under in the second round to set himself up for the contention and four-way tie for the lead. Couples is shooting an impressive 5-under par on the day through 17 holes. Through 16 holes, McIlroy and Garcia are shooting 5-under on the day as well as 5-under on the tournament.

Tiger Woods is minus-one through five holes, while defending champion Charl Schwartzel is one-under through six holes.

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